Sunday, November 25, 2007

"Things Are a Lot Worse than We Thought!"

If you think things are going badly in Iraq,and George W. Bush is a dummy, than you are more deceived than you thought. The Corporate Media has done their job. See "Orwell Rolls in His Grave".

Things are going exactly like they wanted in Iraq, they have created a failed state. Things are chaotic. If we had gone in and settled things and brought a democracy, then we would have had no excuse to stay. We knew that the age old factions in Iraq could be reignited by a few events, like blowing the "Golden Masque". Now we can justify our occupation and control of their Oil reserves.
Bush seems to have been smart enough to deceive people into thinking he is dumb, while centering more power in the office of the White House then has ever been imagined. Everything is in place for Marshal Law.

"9/11 Changed everything" is a Lie!!! It had all been planned before hand.!!!!

Have a look at these videos
EXPOSED: Bush Planned on Invading Iraq Before 9/11-
Part 1
Part 2

Ralph Nader: "Things Are a Lot Worse than We Thought!"

U.S. Congressman John Olver (D-MA) said recently that he
"is deeply concerned whether we will actually have an election in Nov. '08, as he believes this administration will likely strike Iran from the air, declare a national emergency, and cancel the '08 elections".
As Ralph Nader describes it, Olver and the rest of Congress are afraid that -- if Bush or Cheney are impeached -- they might declare martial law and suspend the 2008 elections:

Video: 3:30

House Subcommittee Presentation Equates 9/11 Truth With Terrorism
Represents the internet, sites such as myspace and youtube as a virtual terror training camps.

A House Homeland Security Subcommittee hearing on "Terrorism and the Internet" held last week, and broadcast on C-Span, featured a panel of "experts", including representatives formerly of the RAND Corporation and the Simon Wiesenthal Center who presented 9/11 truth websites sites alongside sites that celebrate the attacks and offer training in terrorist tactics.
The hearing was chaired by Democratic Rep. Jane Harman, and ranking Republican, Rep. Dave Reichert. It was supposed to focus on the use of the internet by "home grown terrorist recruiters" yet in a shocking move it blatantly related the 9/11 truth movement with so called radical "jihadists".

House Passes Thought Crime Prevention BillViolent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 (Referred to Senate Committee after being Received from House)
404 Congressional Representatives Directly Violated their Oath to Uphold the U.S. Constitution Did RAND Corporation Pen the Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act?